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Submitted by ulrich on Sat, 10/05/2013 - 12:30
On September 21 & 22, 2013 Agnihotra practitioners from around the globe participated in a network of Agnihotra being performed on the September Equinox. The aim was to create a grid of Sacred Fires or 'firing the grid' and to ideally have two waves of Agnihotra fires moving around the planet (one for sunrise, one for sunset).
We received many responses from people all over the world informing their coordinates. We were amazed to find every continent represented, and people from Alaska to Africa, from Europe to U.S.A., Australia to Russia, Japan to Hawaii. There were more than 450 Meridiens of Longitude represented with Agnihotra Fires in more than 50 countries. There may have been more that we were unaware of.
Submitted by aleta on Tue, 12/16/2008 - 14:31
Mr.Diego Castañon writes from Vancouver, Canada:
Here are some nice pictures of Agnihotra being performed in Vancouver. My dear friend Josh is in charge of the web site www.agnihotracanada.org and we would be very happy if we could include our activities and results in the English Homa Health Newsletter sent monthly.
Submitted by rich on Sun, 09/07/2008 - 13:24
Ana Karyn Garcia of the Bioenergetics Institute in Ottawa, Canada invited me to come and talk about Homa Therapy Farming and to establish a Resonance Point or two.
Submitted by rich on Wed, 11/14/2007 - 15:17
Ana-Karyn Garcia reports from Ottawa, Canada:
Now a good group of 20 people are practicing Agnihotra in Ottawa, Canada.
We found challenges in drying the dung in the winter weather, however we are enthusiastic in keeping the Agnihotra alive.